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Spring Training: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Nationals
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 12:05PM
Roger Dean Stadium
Jupiter, FL
Spring Training: Kansas City Royals vs. Texas Rangers
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 12:05PM
Surprise Stadium
Surprise, AZ
Spring Training: Milwaukee Brewers vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 12:05PM
Maryvale Sports Park
Phoenix, AZ
Spring Training: Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 12:05PM
Goodyear Ballpark
Goodyear, AZ
Spring Training: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Philadelphia Phillies (Split Squad Game)
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
Mckechnie Field
Bradenton, FL
Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs. San Diego Padres
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
Spring Training: Houston Astros vs. Miami Marlins
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches
West Palm Beach, FL
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
JetBlue Park At Fenway South
Fort Myers, FL
Spring Training: Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
Champion Stadium
Kissimmee, FL
Spring Training: Detroit Tigers vs. Philadelphia Phillies (ss)
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
Joker Marchant Stadium
Lakeland, FL
Spring Training: Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
Charlotte Sports Park
Port Charlotte, FL
Spring Training: Chicago Cubs vs. Oakland Athletics
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:05PM
Sloan Park
Mesa, AZ
Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays vs. New York Yankees
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:07PM
Florida Auto Exchange Stadium
Dunedin, FL
Spring Training: Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
Mar 29, 2017
Wed 1:10PM
Peoria Stadium
Peoria, AZ
Spring Training: San Diego Padres vs. Colorado Rockies
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 12:10PM
Peoria Stadium
Peoria, AZ
Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 1:05PM
Ed Smith Stadium
Sarasota, FL
Spring Training: Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Yankees
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 1:05PM
Spectrum Field
Clearwater, FL
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Washington Nationals
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 1:05PM
JetBlue Park At Fenway South
Fort Myers, FL
Spring Training: Tampa Bay Rays vs. Minnesota Twins
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 1:05PM
Charlotte Sports Park
Port Charlotte, FL
Exhibition: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Cleveland Indians
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 6:40PM
Chase Field
Phoenix, AZ
Exhibition: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 7:07PM
Angel Stadium
Anaheim, CA
Exhibition: Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 7:10PM
Minute Maid Park
Houston, TX
Exhibition: San Francisco Giants Vs. Oakland Athletics
Mar 30, 2017
Thu 7:15PM
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
Spring Training: Minnesota Twins vs. Rochester Red Wings
Mar 31, 2017
Fri 12:05PM
Hammond Stadium
Fort Myers, FL
Spring Training: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Mar 31, 2017
Fri 1:05PM
Spectrum Field
Clearwater, FL
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2014 Major League Baseball Tickets

Spring is upon us and with the coming warm weather we find our thoughts wandering toward…the

upcoming Major league Baseball season. What surprises may be in store for us this summer? Which

teams have spent big money, brought in top notch free agents, and will contend in the fall for a playoff

spot and a World Series run? The answers will come in time but for right now we’ll take a look at the

MLB in general and maybe get an answer to which baseball tickets will be worth pursuing in the spring.

AL East

Like it or not, most discussions of the MLB begin with the New York Yankees. Left out of the playoffs last

season, New York hopes to rebound in a big way. To get it done the Yankees have once again opened

their wallets. The signing of players like Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran, and Brian McCann bodes well for

a New York team trying to get back into contention in the AL East and the MLB in general. Hanging on to

Hiroki Kuroda is also a positive for the New York Yankees.

Don’t anticipate the Boston Red Sox giving an inch. They may have lost Ellsbury to their hated rivals but

the team that grabbed a World Series title last season is coming back fairly intact. We can also expect

bigger and better things from some of the younger players on the roster. Guys like Will Middlebrooks

and Jackie Bradley will only get better. The Red Sox and the Yankees will one again be waging war in the

AL East.

AL Central

Watch out for the Detroit Tigers. They’ve made some big moves in an effort to improve their roster.

Prince Fielder is gone but Detroit still has one of the better rotations in the MLB with Justin Verlander

and Max Scherzer. They also have the ability to score runs with Miguel Cabrera, Austin Jackson, and

Victor Martinez at the plate. Detroit will have to contend with an up and coming Cleveland Indians

squad in the 2014 season though. The Indians will be coming back more determined than ever after a

near miss in 2013.

AL West

The AL West is going to be interesting to watch. Will the signing of Prince Fielder make the Texas

Rangers a contender? Maybe, but the flurry of signing by the Oakland Athletics may be enough to offset

that advantage. Then there’s the Mariners, who managed to get Robinson Cano signed to a long term

deal. With all the movement in this division it’s going to be a tough race well into the fall.

NL East

The Washington Nationals began to make major progress last season with a young and promising

roster. Now they’ve added some proven talent with Doug Fister added to their rotation. Can the

Nationals break out and take over the NL East? We’ll have to wait and see what the Atlanta Braves have

up their sleeves. This is going to be a two horse race as neither the Mets or the Phillies look to be strong

enough to contend right now.

NL Central

You have to love the Philadelphia Phillies in the National League Central. Consistent and proven

winners, Philadelphia boosted their strength with key signings (think Jhonny Peralta) and still have

loads of depth in their farm system. As strong as they are though, the Pittsburgh Pirates, who were a

big surprise last season, may return and make some noise. Then there’s the Cincinnati Reds. Cincinnati

boasts a powerful offense that will give any team a run for its money and that should be enough to keep

them in the race all season long.

NL West

The Los Angeles Dodgers feature Matt Kemp, Adrian Gonzales, Zack Greinke, and Yasiel Puig. Shouldn’t

that be enough? It probably will be in an NL West laden with rebuilding teams. The Diamondbacks,

Padres, and Giants will be battling for the second spot in this division. Of the three, the Diamonbacks

may be the Wild Card in the bunch. Offense is no problem but Arizona will need to find some consistent

pitching if they hope to challenge the Dodgers.

In 2014, MLB tickets are going to take us for a long and satisfying ride. Grab your seats early. There

will be big games, surprise performances, and new names rising to the forefront. The bloom of the

season comes in the fall but the seeds are planted this summer. ABCtickets.com is harvesting your Major

League Baseball tickets now. All you have to do is claim them.